Alexandra Oliver-Davila

 Alexandra Oliver-Davila, Vice Chairperson



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Alexandra Oliver-Davila, Vice Chairperson

First Appointed
January 4, 2016
Elected Vice Chairperson
2019; 2020
Current Term Expires
January 1, 2024
For more than 20 years, Alexandra Oliver-Dávila has worked to create a community that supports young people, values their input, and believes in their ability to create positive social change. Serving as Executive Director since 1999, Alex has transformed Sociedad Latina into a cutting-edge youth development organization. Under her leadership, Sociedad Latina has quadrupled its budget, increased the number of youth and families served, and created our innovative Pathways to Success model. Through her grassroots community-based approach, Alex has also forged cross-sector collaborations with dozens of partners, including the Colleges of the Fenway, the hospitals of Longwood Medical Area, Boston Public Schools, and several community centers, libraries and churches.

Currently, Alex serves as Co-chair of the Boston Youth Services Network – a group of 13 youth service providers committed to working together to support youth. She also sits on the Boards of Margarita Muñiz Academy, Emmanuel College and the National Coalition of Schools Educating Boys of Color. In addition, Alex serves on the Community Advisory Boards for Boston After School & Beyond, Boston Private Industry Council, Boston Public Schools’ Wellness Committee, Greater Boston Latino Network, and several Longwood Medical Area hospitals. In 2014-2015, Alex was selected for the National Council of La Raza’s Workforce Advisory Council and the National Institute for Latino School Leaders.

In recognition for her hard work and dedication to Boston’s Latino community, Alex has received numerous honors and recognitions over the years. In 2014, she was recognized by the Boston Public Schools' Office of English Language Learners and the Newcomer Assessment & Counseling Center for her exemplary work on behalf of the youth of Boston. In 2012, Alex received an Honorary Doctorate from Emmanuel College. Alex holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Emmanuel College and a Master’s in Public Policy from Tufts University. She is bilingual in English and Spanish.